It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dean Bannister.
He passed away November 6, 2019. Dean was a valued member of Washington's onsite industry for many years and will be missed. Please keep Dean’s family in your thoughts as they go through this difficult time.
Until Further Notice
We will work to reschedule required classes
Let's Keep Each Other Safe!
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For over 20 years WOSSA's goal has been to promote professional excellence through education, advocacy...
Whether you’re an employer or someone looking to get hired on, having the skills, attitude and knowledge...
(EXTENDED DUE TO SETBACKS FROM THE CORONA VIRUS)
In a deliberate effort to raise awareness and reduce workplace injuries related to
Pathogen Exposure, Confined Space Entry, OSHA Construction Focus Four: Falls, Caught-in or between, Struck by and Electrocution
WOSSA has developed new training resources that focus on workers in the On-Site industry. This training delivers both knowledge and practical skills to address the numerous hazards that are unique to our industry.
These videos were developed by WOSSA as an integral part of these safety training classes.
It is always a challenge to find a quality service provider within any trade...
Washington On-Site Sewage Association MembershipRecently, Jerry Stonebridge, John Thomas...
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MAY 15TH
"Voice of the Industry" for Members, Consumers, Our Communities & the Environment"
Washington State has approximately 1.5 million decentralized wastewater systems in use, it is our mission as an Association, with the help of our members, consumers and local government; to ensure that we put the water back into our communities the way we found it. Helping to replenish nature’s support system with a long term sustainable approach to wastewater disposal and treatment.